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Freemasonry

Occult all male club that combines all religions into one as long as you believe in “the great architect” or one god. Contains many occult symbols linked back to the time of Egypt.

Freemasonry
Studholme Lodge In Surbiton Consecrated
Started 1876-01-31
The Studholme lodge in Surbiton, Surrey was founded, and named after the family of John Studholme Brownrigg.
Studholme Lodge Moved To London
The popular lodge that so many of Britain’s rich elite and politicians were apart of in Surrey moved it’s operation to London.
Masonic Lodge Named After Henry John Spencer-Churchill
After Henry Spencer-Churchill’s death in battle on the HMS Dolphin the Churchill Lodge #702 masonic lodge was named after him. Winston Churchill’s Father, and Uncle were both initiated into this lodge.
Pope Clement XII Passes Law Prohibiting Freemasonry
Started 1738-04-28
Pope Clement XII issues a Papal Bull “In Eminenti” declaring Freemasonry to be “condemned and prohibited”. Also that any Catholic involved with the secret society or any of it’s members will be excommunicated.
Catholic Canon Law Bans More Masonic Orders
In the Canon Law issued by the Catholic church in 1918 the Masonic ban is broadened to other guilds in the Order of the Quest. Those openly expressed as forbidden were as follows: Socialists, Communist party, Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance, and “other societies of the same sort”.

To be forgiven the Church declares that the perpetrator must quit the secret order that they are a member of. Oddly enough the church says that in some of these guilds if stopping the payment of dues would cause you a “grave loss” you could continue to pay dues (which this is not biblical in the slightest).
Catholic Church Loosens It’s Stance On Freemasonry
Started 1983-11-27
The new Canon Law of 1983 removed the explicit name of Freemasonry from its banned secret society list (along with all others). Instead it is replaced with the vague wording - any “association which plots against the Church”. Since Freemasonry by it’s own admission is a secret society how would confessing Catholics know to stay away from it just reading the Canon Law?

Also the penitently of joining an group that “plots against the Church” is no longer punishable by excommunication, but instead with interdict which is the forbidding of taking communion and other minor things (which according to the bible is not a requirement of salvation).
Canon Law Society of America: Ok For American Catholics To Be Masons
Started 2000-09-15Ended 2000-09-15
In a response back to the a letter sent by Freemasonry asking it if was ok for a Catholic to become now become a member of Freemasonry with the new canon law in affect Thomas Anslow of the Canon Law Society of America replied “probably yes” since he did not see anything subversive about Freemasonry.

Granted that in the letter sent by the Freemasons it stated that an “allegiance to one God is all we require”. The statement does not declare which god, or that if you believe in many gods you can only have allegiance to one - to both of these statements the God of the Christian bible is apposed to.
Duke Karl Theodor Of Bavaria Issues Second Edict Banning Secret Societies.
Started 1785-03-02Ended 1785-03-02
In an effort to disband the Illuminati and Freemasonry in the country of Bavaria the then Duke Karl Theodor issues a ban on the practice of subversive secret societies. Unlike the first edict this one specifically bans Freemasonry and the Order of the Illuminati by name.
Duke Karl Theodor Of Bavaria Issues First Edict Banning Secret Societies.
Started 1784-06-22Ended 1784-06-22
Several ex and discontented members of the Bavarian Illuminati got word up to Duke Karl about plans the Illuminati had against seated royalty and the Catholic church - which the Duke was both. The Duke issued an edict which stated that all secret societies that were unauthorized by the government were illegal and to be disbanded. The edict did not specifically state that the Freemasons and the Illuminati were the targets, but the groups were not authorized and fell under the persecution of the government of Bavaria.